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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 September 1906

I TWICn-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 28 19o6. tkib li M III Vice-Present Delivers Pikes Peak Gentenial THE m FOR Influx cl Pioneers From Colorado and Adjoining Statss Make: lt!3 Hsetiag Unsqualed Id tie History cl the Vest neccplicn at Home ct Congressman Brocks fWoraelo-Springs Col. Sept. 23. Vlco President Fairbanks whs the principal epcuke-r lit a groat meeting held In North park this morning iih . part of today' program of the ui centennial celebration. A pub- e reception will bo given by Mr. id Mrs. Franklin K. brooks this t'teruoon In honor of tho vice pretd nit -and Mis. Fairbanks. V reunion of nil tho early Bottlcru tlm state Ih being given at Strat- park under tho auspices of tho loua pioneer aocletles. V'alrbanks poke us follows: Mr. Chalrmnn Indies and (Initio- a: I am gratified to participate th you In celebrating an important torlral event; Important not only Colorado but to tha out I t o Kcpub- A century has elapsed Hlnco a ive officer in the army of tho I'nl- I States wllh tha...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 September 1906

re TUB TWlCn-A-WEHK HERALD SEPT. 28 1906 THE TV:cr;.A.Vr.EK HERALD I'libllsli.-d null 'I'ii-'S'Li v it n il Prlday 1 iiv i". p.okskn Hiiierrd the 1 ' -1 ftl lit Aniar- lllo Texas-as mtiukI clasn until mat- .i - ... . T - - - l filial Oi-giin of l ily of Anmilllo I u nl Potter ( ounty t ' 'T ADVKIlTISIXtl PATHS: iiispluy Ki per l'l'h each Insertion Locals fx: per 1 i 1 1 each insertion i'l:lslllcd. lc por word first inser- tion. V per word cu li sulisecuctil iisc-vtlon. ;t nscui I'Tion' $1.00 pku ykak. I'll.' II. I'.. 1.1 WlH "''"'' coining "nil when ur niii.' expire" nines i i f III nutlioi l.'d to on 1 1 nui' ii. .Should miv lM i Hit r f. ill i" i'.'- elvo Tin- Herald regularly I'!' -use- idviM' m in "nu y 'iU' '"' U''" llOllO. ny errors reflecting upon tilt' Mianutcr. standing or reputation ol inv person firm or corporation Hicli niiiv npi ;ir i "" "n IS "! I'lu' llrniid will ho kindly t on. 'i i. d upon it being brought to in.t jrlllioil of tilo publishers. l'ltl PAY SKIT. 2S. 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 September 1906

4 . THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 28 1906 'Mho cor on ! Journey. Ihoso gen- JOTTIXGH AltOl T TOWN 4 Tri:sn.v. flestaum"'. Change Hands. (!eo. Kuril or Cuttle I. T ha bought tho MiCi'o restaurant opposite tho I'nlon station mid will conUiiua inn bnal-m-m. Ho wFH rciudurt u restaurant and Mlnn tionno business. V'U limrtvn Stockman Dead. Klin A. RHKif one of tho prominent florer cntllaiMn of fho Puiihnndlo who ratu.h In In Oldham county. dlwliaOie Intanu nslum at Auf.tln Sept. 23. fcomatbulg over a your ugo Mr. RlUcr bcDm uffllrted with n ptthorliJK 'n (ft 0 n' 0HtH' TnH tveiituAliy affected hi brain find In rplte of all thnt rut'dbal "km '""1'1 flo Jio dloj without rojtslnlng his nlnd. He K'Mi's a large t1"'""' 'Xlljf Lund Ih-ul. II. (J. King "I Wfrtln bun JitHt closed up a deal for 3f0ft00 atres of tlio LX much lanrtK Minlh of the Canadian liver. The tract II''" '"t of Hi" IVdrohi unit totiHi of (he river. Mont or It in In the Canadian liver breaks but much rf It I tillable lund nnd ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 September 1906

THE TWlCE-AnVEEKHRAhP 5SP.TEniBKRr28 1906 it i 4 i . ! . ! i HWSOX.W. mi:m 'v O : . W. IT. Greenwood h in I tturt on l''.ll"iH. . (' V. Jlowborl. tho Crl Crock Mlnii ; nut u. Is in Ainurlllnnain. l. .1. Yoiiiik of II.0 h. : lit Ca- ' :i Hun wit in town yciitc y. :i I t 1 11 S V. Lll!k oMentoil 1st ' lure visiting IiIr nephew m Lunli. 1!. I). Murphy retime n'Mtcrdny (". ."!!;( friini Tcxlco. Mm. Harney I'Ioiiiiiih jit yeMer- il.iv fur HonwcII tn filu' 1 tin fiilr. Mrs. Walter SinM Icf ycslcidiiy fT a vlult in Iloswjl. Mrs. Dr HowcHiind JL Howell Jr. of Ciinyim ardn lowr today. .11. 0. KIiik of .iiHtln n here clon- ing up a Iniul fill. J. Molorwirth tli'1 Hon ley county Ktuckiniin 1 In Jn today. K. C. ClipdiM was down from I 1 hart yenttrdy. II. F. Gpu' t Groom was In tow 11 today t John Iluot tlie Canyon UionioUr is in A 111 a 11 today. . Judun .'r of Monro county Is Over from bnii.'is. jllss G-jiuile Hoffman left thin lUM'jiliiR fj si visit In Tcxliio. Sheriff jooilrul'f of Ko.swell...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 September 1906

H Vy'''''--V .... v .......... vv. r " ' ' THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD SEPTEMBER 28 1006. BY MAIL BAY F i MUCH WORSE. . I . rC aj LI) UNSETTLED .4 I IT A 11 1. A 110 - 'i1 r:l'-;$. m tiEi flepcris MGcsamrat Ofncials Are Act- ing Unfairly and Will Not Me. OPE OF if anj'Kavfficers at WasMnjtcn ' Receive Dispatches From Kaf anna-Whlcbilause Them ?to ThlnkInterventloif; Prc&atls-J.tS. R22Jy to Take Rslns if Required f Havana Scpf.;:27. '.V protiadod neetln-of he mrtUmal liberal parly ct which Governor Nucz 1 tho lend- er adjourned enrlythls morning Bft- er they derided to ttilcc part In tho meeting of t ho irirxloraK'rt thin after- noon. Niicx Mild loday thai ho did not bellovn any settlement would lo n-mlcd ly llu American coiiimls- ii.mci'H. lie added that they were tii'nlv cajoling tho Cubans. The hipping of American troops to Ciil.ii avoiding i tho governor could "u- 'y mem Intervention. Wabhlnglon P. C Sept. 27. lln of poiiro In Cuba was revived sinnng Iho army and navy officer in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 September 1906

V THU TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 28 !9o6 nam nun TO BLASE 'J! Paul SJensfand Says lis H' Conre Csak to '! " Straighten Kan. STATEMENT TO POLICE Bank President Accos faring of Getting the Biggest Sum- Cial.Tis Jt Got $500000 But Lost it All. Js'ow York Sept. 2 Tj. Paul o. etOiiHland former prctddom of the Milwaukee Avenue let n k of Chit-ago. told ono of offlcorn with hint that lie wiinti'il to ko back to Chicago Hnd would Tinvo flono so had ho not been urrestcd In TancleiH "I want to istrnlKhtcn out mat- tors" paid Stenslund. "There Is n pood deal behind this cam and 1 wunt to uliow tln public that I uui not as Mack n painted." llo niado a voluntary titatcmout to tho police Inspector McLaughlin to- days as follows: "I niado Homo had Investments nnd thoy did noot act as quickly as 1 thought they would. They wero not naylng. A man under uu tho cash- ler I moan took advantapo of the hit nation nnd ho pot more than I. All I got wan $:.Oi)000 hut 1 don't know what tho other mini not. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 28 September 1906

I .v- " 'i '. '' i ' y ......... v.- . v ; i J THE TW1CE-A-WEEK HERALD SEPT. 28 l96. ft FA:n2A:::s chief speaker (Continued from Pnpo Two.) hon-.n agency for' tho Hnttlcment of V.if international difference no th'v may bo apnropdutely confided ti an i.thttral tribunal. The nnllou whidi i"Hlfiiti-: to do till l' Hs power l ) n.Uan. p tlm (Huso f International arlil'niloii fi.lla In Ha upi mo duty to lt-;ef rtnd th rest - manftlnd In if JtscIV and t.ln rest o rinunUnd. In i: - !;iio(ili. utteninio of one of our iMMifxt tcri.'i:il. "War In Hell." f .i i ri I rilli It In th.. oxprc-Nlon ff i'... I)!itibii la man. The peitkme-nt ! hi.vatu difference vl et arinlH In ii".m- lobMaicd It 1h rfmr.iianl i. tin- rdii.-a'ed conadeiicu ot the ( ;-..-. world. Courts of Justice are i- '-'lilislid every ln-i e to determine Ci I 1 Moht. of thu iliKimti'H hi'lwiM'n li-:is could In ct'iniinsort hy hoiik' iiod C'liinlly hoiHuahh' nnd t'lH- c i-lo.isi. An iipiM-al to forco In ml- : tlir-m nhnul.1 fall di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

rlr y'V tVV I t-f V ""' ' 4i 1 1 i J ' ( l i i r j' f rf i c f-1 - The w!ceWeek AMARILLO. TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 1 906 vi r no. 79 VOL. XXI. Herald. A HEAVY RAINST HINDERS Ko Vtnd Accompanies But The Downpour Increases Dif- culties of Laborers 5000 ARE HOMELESS No Suffering In Mobili But Many South Are Objects of Need Negroes Looting Wrecked House. Mobile Ala . Oct. 1- A heavy miu- Hoim Which l greatly Interfering with the railroad and telegraph com- panies set In last night ami in Mill on. No wind accompanied it " 't ui the downpour has been exceed- ingly heavy and ba enormously in- cmaaed ihe difficulties of ronstnic- I ion gang. It Ik fearad too. that tt "111 increase h autfeifng and notm dtho along the coast of the south end of Mohila hay. Many person arc homeless in that taction and aro living In the wood on scanly jtro- vlaioua. On Jiaapnin ialand -there w-are ii.tMilt homeless with only three "mull buildings for surlier. Des- pile that two relief expeditions were lent out yu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

TVVlCh-A-vvtbK HEIMLD OCTOBER 2 19o6. YOUR urn ini r nm fl L . Il l UiuULL OHM Secretary Tall By Aullnlily of President Takes lira Reins Is Cofia Declaring a provisional Government Cuban Flag Still Waves Over tiie Island. IlaTana Sept. 28. Lending rcpro scutatlvci of tho moderate and HUor- ul nutionnl panic wero In ronfurooce from Uto Jut ulnlit until early this morning and decldfd to yluld to any thing and everything to atavo off lu- tcrventlon. Tho Culmn congroim when It moots will comdd'.T tho ralR""tloti of Prcsldont I'ulma but r-ven the moHt oxpcrlenred politicians uro tm- ablo to predict what action will he taken. Senator Ziiyun tho leuder of the liberal putty was reported this morning to liuvo notified Taft that tho Cuban government had Uaued or- ders to havo hlni (Zuyu) J. (1. Ciomei J. H. Gomez Denictrlo Cuh- tlllo and 0. G. Vclex ahot In tho mont of tho prlnelpo utlo. It la not be- lieved that tho government will dure to reeort to auih extreme. Hiivona Kept. 28. Prominent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD I'ublifhed each. Tuohflny and Friday nv I'. K. HOICSKN THE TW1CE-A-WECK HERALD. OCTOBERS ft' . m i mm Knieiod in I i. I'ohioiilcc at Aniur- Texas ii h second obis nmll mut ter. Illlil till Organ f t tt y of Amio-lllo all. I I'olti'i' loiinly ADVKUTISIXO UATM: Dlhi.lay ir.c .T U.Ml euch iwor Ion Locals. wv line each Insertion Hon. per word Mi ll subsequent. In-frtloii. siwription' H.o p'- y:au' INKS PENS. PAPER AND SCHOOL TABLETS 5 Cents Up to 35 Cents. SCHOOL SUNDRIES. l;me l'orfmnth Soaps Hair ..rushes Clothes Urushe. Combs Toilet Waters ami Various Articles kept in a I'iist-Chss Diun Store jimxI.Iv school cliiMien of all HVes. Conic ami see us. Yours to please. Tlif will 'tf0'ul"1" . when your time expires unl.-a rc utithorited lo iimiluue 1'. Should any subscriber fall " lvft Tho llerul.t regularly. P lease at ome by card or tele- ii fl V Jk.( phone Vny error reflecting upon ih.raotor. standing or ;trv person firm or c.orpoiailon which mav appear in Hio co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

J--w'-r'rr' THE TWICFM-WRRK HRPALD OCTOBER 2. 1006 t- f4t4 44 J JOTTI.VUS AHOIT TOWN'. I ItlDW. v. i Hit l ii'il Knoins. C. F. Mayor : d the inrUi first floor roni Cjiitni Iiu!1(1Iiik nnd Is ; ' . ! !i I'ull n litsh-t-luiitf 1)11 ;t( 1 room. Tho locution !'.. 1 i'r tho purpose nnd tun o it. I i j ' ! Uitj handsomest i d;.'. o;' I'ic l.l'i'l In tin; flute Mr i' ifir i ' w. ii I.umwu hero aud ran conduct u billiard loom lliat will be v rrcii'i tn tln town; N'cw Cafe. t'lutu.ri'm huve ubout flnidied work on tlio Wayluml build i Z and the pinto kUhh front Is ready to be put. la place. Tim corner nexl tho ully is being flltod up for Mr lildts of Webb City. Mo.. ho u put In a lilfh-cliiKH cuff Mr. Hid is uQ txrTl'iirrtl restaurant inun nnd Intends to make tho best of IiIh op pnriin!los hero llo litis a liand some locution and Intends to put in equipment and service tlmt will Put lrfy tho ni'Kt exacting- patroiuic. Combing Hair by Elcelildfy. A machine that ruts hnlr to proper style mid th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

THR TWICR-A-WRRK HfPAI.I OCTOBER 2. 1006 l PKUSONIL Mi:.TI). riuu.w. Joo Garrison ( tut hind 'man was up from Canyon yesterday '. W. V. Odoin was up from Portn- 1C8 yt'Herday. O. K. Stephens of the City Drug Store at Dalhart was down yesterday. Will A. Sml'.h returned this morn- ing from n business trip to l'ainpa. A. L. ltlppcy nnd wife of McLean weroln Amarillo yesterday. Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Ball of II. re. ford nro In Amarillo. A. D. Mate of Denton Ih MMtlng his nephew K. J. Wilt. Jadno Nelson I ft yesterday f'r tho llravo ranch near I'hannlng. K." E. Kerney of (.'banning wan hero yesterday. J. W. and R. P. Mead were here yesterday from Hereford. J." A. Troxell formerly of the Am- nrillo Mirhine WorKH and daughter lire hero from Dalhnrt. A. L. Orlmer a contractor is ex- pected to arrive tonight from Paris Texas. Minn Hall who has heen visiting Mrs. Neal leaves this evening for her home In Paris. Albert Cllman who has been ill with a mild form of typhoid Is re- covering. I Mr. and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

. . ( "m I" ' v ' " " . '"" ' Tr '"w?-' 4 i THE TWICE-AAVHEK HERALD OCTOBER 2 1906. imir at not rpiug FREE BY 1 TRW Tin Arrunal Fuif Mrrt Opi-: Oak Jockry PrV lint rprlanH. Ark. Oct. l.-TI firn annual Arkansas U1 nptpci today at th Ork Iwn Jooy flub which ho tarn. over to th fair manj.si-iiue.nt for a tnrm of iwmnif years withont cot. A race mcoliiiR will be hold to connncllon with the fhow hkh will Jut tn. day rnrjci to th amount oC fU.OCriMvlllJ te tlven. Th fair was fortaiMly openad thl hr IesidNit Jackson. Vo-4 morrow will b Pin Btntf and South western Arkauaa da. 'Wodiniiiilaj will b LlUlo nock und Hud Men's day. Thursday mill be nortomuttrrn ArVanmts day "l Wdy IU be r)wn over to fhe people ot Hot fprlngi and to the Confederate Vet- eran. Saturday will bo nnWorirlly day nd fonturo will be a football same btweco Arkansas and Mlasla- rtppl univeriltbw. Nxt Monday will be Fort Smith day and next Tuff- day Toxirkena day. Tb rucing ha attracted many visitor from ihu Eot and it lit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

THE TWICE-A-WliHK HERALD OCTOBER 2 IO06 Tiffi 18 LAI mill 0sag3 Indians Kske First Ss- leclicn of Land Accord- ing (o Kaw Law WILL BEGIN SURVEYS. Commission W.ien Charting is Completed Will Hear Conies s May Ba Three Years Se'orWi3C3.n?!e:el Pawhuskit Okla. Sept 2N. With the expiration of the time allowed to the Osage In llaiis for making the first selection of lands the work of t;.u Oblige allottng coin mission will begin lu rurnest. The comnils.lon which Is roii.ptned of Col. C. O. Shepnerd and Col. C. IS. McChesny ot the interior Department and for- mer Governor Hlaek Hog a lullblood Osage will Iniinedialely begin check- ing up and surveying 'be lands sc- leeted. The dtsl libation of .lands the hearing of the roniests will proli- nl'ly occupy fully a year and it. will prolnibry lie at least three years be- fore the work of thti commission is l'uliy completed. When tho allotment bill provided for by the best congress lia:i been finally completed each Osago will be in possession of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 2 October 1906

V. ' I'llMllllltv .'iM HJ J - f - ......'- '.- -; - i -. r'V ; s I Itlti I wICb-A-WuLK IJLiKALD OCTOBER 2 19U6. r v ' v ' Convert Your House Into a Home by installing a Modern Hot Water Heat- ing System. . : S. A. CAMPBELL 'She Plumber and Steam Fitter does' the work Promptly Neatly and Reasonably. & Street 604 PolK. Phone 246. 7X3X32339 ST HER LOGIC. . ' 1 : . "Ycj ' ihoulrf be mer eenettmieal my dear end lava omething for i f. "What the t? I ae't go popping end apend I) en rainy diy." rainy CNF. GERM BEET REED. r(nt!ii fnlre PrnWloai f 'cnnm lea! IleM ultai-e. Pi "nleator TV. Vt. Tracy of the de 'aroint of agriculture haw Jiim re meed Irom the lar west whu'i he '") been tooting after the experiment rth bt iwrrt on which thi depart- ment bt been working for years. A a result of there operation It li rjiounred by Charles I'. Baylor pe- 'ial ajent of this work thai one If-rra iel fin bcon' rtijvolorpd which I'll) aolvfc tb prohlom M.y a Wanlj- flCt'n (Jlnpateh fo tbn Omha Worl'l-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 5 October 1906

1 I V Twke?aWeek .:t:.j.xl.::z... NO. 80 VOL XXI. AMARILLO. TFXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1906 Herald a k .1 UEW CAPITOL OF ' LknA m Handsome Structure Recently Finished n '?.!':: Of $13500000 is Dedicated With . Elaborate and) mposing Ceremontss. ROOSEVELT DELIVERS mm One of the Largest Gatherings in the History of Harrls&urg Witnesses tha Exercises-President Roosevelt Pays Tribute to the Citizens ot Pennsylvania HrriPl-'H. Venn o. t 1- I" the Kfpnro of the. larger-' nowd ever ithfied in Harrison rg. 'he mag- . fi.enl new capital of Pennsylvania -. ! dedicated today with bir rcw- nton in htf li Frtvtdeni Koosevelt ' part. Before the exercises ho- 4ii. rain started t" fall ami rnn' iinifd throughout tho rereinnnlo. Frefident Hoosovett was given :in ru ihuitac-tlc recaption when ho ap- peared on the grand stand. I CM if 11siri"i-iu.-P"iD. Q' 4. Tho now capitol if Pennsylvania which . . j I.. r.f th was il'tlHlt(l I "ny in "" most liPRiilifnl and iinpofliiK build- iiif.F in the I nilod S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 5 October 1906

i ' 1 ...... v v j' ' "t v 4 if j v " "'- " ' V'----.- .-rVH v ( 1 TVICH-A-VI:RK .Ill-RAID OCTOHHR 5 !9o6. ISOLTS' OF STOH ' AT PB9&AC0IA FLA. List of Dead Has Hot Grcvn But Terrible Stench Arte From tha Miles of Debris Along . Gulf CoESt -Botliss Afloat GOVEIBEtlT LOSS $1000000 UlCapps Supsnrlslng Repair Work of War Vessels and Kayy Yard-Heavy Rains Reported In the Mississippi Valley Attempt io Negro. Fensacola Fla. Oct. 3. After a restless night Pensacola awoko yes- lerday morning to renew the work' .." . ... i rtscu. Muuainc ana me ut- ttr la being pushed vigorously with the assurance from all of the largo lirma la the city that their plants will be restored and on a more ex- teuslve scale. . Realising the condl- tUi of the city" Governor Napoleon B. Boward of Florida has wired the mayor of Pensacola Charles H. Bliss extending through him the sympathy of the people of' the state to those la Pensacola over the devastation ad wreck wrought by the hurricane and In bis Ulegram th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 5 October 1906

1I!E TWICE-AAVEEK HERALD t'uiiiktted each Tuoaday nd FiiAay By P. E. HOlI&tW i.. Te as becwU clew null xntV f.y " oiflcM Orpu of CMf or Mid l'oUcr County ADVERTISING HATE: iMKpiay 15o per iuth eb inanition t 6o por lino caca Inwttnn lastlfled lo wr1 first Inner- tion Ho per word earn. nbefliint insertion. HUBBCBIVTIOM t.00 l'KR TKATt. lWdld will fMiio ommg o yo.j when your time r.pim '""l"Sb we am authorised to cointnuo H. Should any sulmrrlhci' f"l 11 n" v Tho Herald regularly nil-am' im .at one by card or t-i"- bone. Anv error reierllwe U' 1h" character. Htnndlo ' reputation -any penon. Urn. or '"''P"' which may appear t '''V0'"' ni Th Herald will be pladly ""rl'(1 upon It Mnp brought to tho .- tuition t tho publb'hrM. rniDAY ocr. :. PVMOCItATIC TICKET 1 For Governor T. M. Campbell of Palestine. For Lleutcuanl Onwnor A. B. lvldviu of Ouero. For Attornoy General It. V. Iavidson of Galveston. For Controller .1 W. Stephens ot Austin. " For Land Commissioner T. J. Terrell of Austi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 5 October 1906

V 1 1 4 MR TVVCR-.WFPK' HRPAI 0 0CT0BPR 5. ion JOTT1NOI ABOUT TOWN. r . j". TL'EKDAY. 'in C. w. U .!. moots tomorrow afternoon idi Mrs. Avery oa Tyler mreet. ' The Llano Cemetery AodulJon met this afternoon at tbe First I'res- terlan church. For fipeclal Mlsslou WorkFrank Leslie who bus been successfully irrylng on a mission work for men ad boye hog lsued a tall us com- .it tee for a mooting of ull Interested n this needed work At the old court house tonight at 8 o'clock. Hlcycle laHy. Llttlo Minn Lolu Reese entertained a number of hor friend Saturday afternoon with a whoel ride. Tbo young rldors gnlh- ' end at her home and In company 'mudo a trl Around tha town. With appreciation made keener by the ex erclse tbey enjoyed tbe rcfrushmcnta provldsd at the hostcsV home after ride. .'("' vi V . j Kink rr the Puhlic The k street link' which reopened Bat. '.. ay haa been enjoying a good put tronage at every session. The floor li In good condition and the akntora 1 and newt.iklng up the s...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Twice-a-Week Herald — 5 October 1906

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Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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